Need translation for a Thor’s hammer pendant

I have a Thor’s hammer pendant that I bought years ago. I’m not sure what is written on it. A translation would be great! enter image description here

Mythology & Folklore Asked by Wulfgar88 on August 29, 2021

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Just a note: I would have commented this, but I don't have high enough reputation.

This page may have the answer you are looking for. The runes there look just like yours but simplified Freya's Rune Converter

If that page didn't help, here are some resources that you may be able to use:

Viking Runes Guide

The Meanings of Runes

Viking Rune Meanings

Also, here are my best guesses at what the runes are supposed to be:

Mannaz Mannaz: meaning man, human, or self

Peorth Peorth: meaning elder tree, feminine energy, sexuality.

This last one (in my opinion) could be either kaunaz Kaunaz or sowulo

Answered by 267126 on August 29, 2021

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